Landscapes of Development Symposium

The symposium will explore postwar transnational territorial planning in various parts of the Global South. By using the lens of “landscape” we will consider planning beyond the urban-rural divide, and question the demarcations and boundaries in the production of territories as objects of knowledge and development.

Landscapes of Development Symposium - April 28, 2017, Princeton U., USA

The symposium will explore postwar transnational territorial planning in various parts of the Global South. By using the lens of “landscape” we will consider planning beyond the urban-rural divide, and question the demarcations and boundaries in the production of territories as objects of knowledge and development.

Landscapes of Development Symposium

The symposium will explore postwar transnational territorial planning in various parts of the Global South. By using the lens of “landscape” we will consider planning beyond the urban-rural divide, and question the demarcations and boundaries in the production of territories as objects of knowledge and development.

CFP: Transnational relations between Eastern Europe/USSR and the Middle East, the Cold War in the twentieth century - Geneva 02/18

Sandrine Kott, Université de Genève / Cyrus Schayegh, Princeton
University
22.02.2018-23.02.2018, Geneva, University of Geneva
Deadline: 30.06.2017

Part of a Université de Genève/Princeton University partnership grant
co-directed by Sandrine Kott (UNIGE) and Cyrus Schayegh (PU).

Application: Send a paper title, an abstract of max. 300 words, and a
brief CV by June 30th  2017 to schayegh@princeton.edu and
Sandrine.kott@unige.ch.

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